Book: Jeffrey Lane
Music and Lyrics: David Yazbek
Director: Tim Niehaus
Nice guys finish last. Meet the winners.
We're off to the Riviera with Broadway's smash-hit musical comedy, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels. This is the story of two very funny con men who try to out-con each other. When it becomes apparent that the Riviera isn't big enough for the both of them, they make a winner-take-all wager over the fortunes of a na´ve American soap heiress: the first one to "clean her out" can make the other clear out and keep the Riviera and its unsuspecting tourists to himself! This hysterical musical comedy will have you laughing out of your seat!
By: Philip Barry
Director: Susan Edgren
Performance times: 2 weekends!
The things they do among the playful rich - Oh, boy!
One day before her marriage to a successful businessman, haughty socialite Tracy Lord is sure of her herself and her future. However, with the surprise arrival of ex-husband C.K. Dexter Haven and the tempting presence of tabloid reporter Mike Connor, Tracy's perfect vision of herself is shaken to the core. It will take a bottle of champagne and a compromising situation to crack her forbidding exterior and reveal an understanding heart. This classic comedy of manners finds that sometimes getting what you want means learning to let go.
By: Tom Stoppard
Director: Linda Martin Moore
A play about the nature of time,
knowledge, and the laws of physics.
A central theme of this erudite, witty comedy is the interrelationship between the past and present, and the unpredictability of either. The play explores both the passage and the juxtaposition of time—from the Age of Enlightenment to the Romantic Era, from Newtonian determinism to chaos theory, from 18th century neoclassical landscape architecture to the picturesque wildness of 19th century gardens—all within the context of a contemporary detective story about sexual and academic philandering.